Ingredients Colorless Curcumin with Aloe vera and Vitamin-E Acetate
Cream base: Q.S.
Other ingredients Liquid Paraffin, Stearic acid, Propyl paraben, Cetyl alcohol, Butyl Hydroxy anisole, Butyl Hydroxy toluene, Glycerine, Methylparaben.
Description Cutii protects the skin against damage due to ultra violet radiation & other factors. Tones up the skin; Keeps the skin fresh & glowing.
Removes spots and blemishes. Restores natural moisture balance of the skin. Prevents premature aging of the skin.
Directions of Use Suitable for all types of skin. Massage gently over cleansed face twice a day. Use regularly. No harmful chemicals added.
Safety No adverse effects were reported in tested subjects.
Packing 45 gm Jar
*Disclaimer These statements have been not evaluated by the U.S Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.




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